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Many people want to eat organic and healthy foods but find the costs of eating clean to be prohibitive. Here are some tips for saving money on these tasty, nutritious, but often pricy produts: 1. While a commitment to eating … Continue reading

We’ve been running information on back-to-school offers here on Sample Stuff, but these are generally targeted toward parents. We know that teachers often spend their own money on classroom supplies, so we searched for some free offers and discounts for … Continue reading

Couponing and searching for sales are great ways to save money. True frugalistas know that you must take a multi-pronged approach to cutting down on your expenses. One way to do this is to review your everyday expenses around the household … Continue reading

If you’ve been making excuses about not getting in shape, it’s time to snap out of it! Valuable time is passing you by. Even if you are on a very limited budget, you don’t need a lot of fancy equipment to … Continue reading


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If you like department-store cosmetics, you aren’t alone. Many women feel that high-end cosmetics perform better than their drugstore counterparts. There’s one problem, however: Department store cosmetics are really expensive. How can we save money on department store brand cosmetics? It’s … Continue reading

Thanks to the Internet and a cable TV program, consumers became aware of the practice of “extreme couponing.” Savvy shoppers were bragging about how they could go into a store and walk out with a month’s groceries for the cost … Continue reading


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by Daniel Simon In the previous article on home improvements, we covered determining completion needs, understanding upgrades to bring a house up to code versus “needs within needs” of upgrades, and utilizing materials purchased previously. Since I’m not an expert … Continue reading

by Daniel Simon I have recently had the opportunity to pursue updating my home. What I’ve learned, and continue to learn, regardless of whether I am doing the work personally or a general contractor is involved, is that a lot … Continue reading



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